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I'm a newbie to VB and have been given the bugfixing/maintenance task at the company I work at for one of their products that was written in VB. One of our customers is experiencing a "freeze" in the application at a certain point and the only way around it is for them to log out of the app and re-login. I've narrowed the code down to where there is a Debug.Print statement, but the parm was written within parentheses. Could this be causing the problem? From what I see in other examples using Debug.Print, the parm is just the string statement/variable.

Current code:
Debug.Print ("Send to Display")
Should it be:
Debug.Print "Send to Display"
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does not matter, debug.pring statements are ignored by the compiler so this is not your problem.

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